Professional towel warmer installation costs vary, and will depend, in large part, on what towel warmer type you select for your home, i.e. an electric, dual fuel or central heating-operated towel rack.
You might be able to find a qualified tradesperson who is a dab hand at both the electrical and plumbing side of things, but it’s not a given that you will, so have good look around to make sure you select the correct person for the job you need doing specifically.
Should you choose a plumbed towel warmer – an appliance that operates in cohesion with a boiler and other heating appliances – you’ll have to enlist the services of a professional plumber.
And obviously, for anyone opting for an electric towel warmer, the help of a professional electrician is required.
To guarantee the undertaken work is fully compliant with all proper regulations, plenty of paperwork is often required, so look for an experienced tradesperson with a wealth of positive reviews.
Lastly, if you’re hoping to install a dual fuel towel warmer, you’ll need to source a professional that can legally complete all the work by themself, if you wish to avoid hiring a separate electrician and plumber.
As such, with the amount of concerned variables, the cost of installation can be quite volatile.
Remember to factor in potential price discrepancies with regards to where you are situated, how much work your hired hands has on at the time, and any emergency fees that you might have to pay for a sudden call-out or something similar.
Listed below are a selection of prices which are likely to be in the ballpark area of what you’ll have to shell out.
To install a conventional towel warmer, you’ll likely have to cough up –
- Between $270 and $420 for labor
- Between $200 and $300 for the towel warmer
For the fitting of an electric towel warmer, you can settle for –
- Around $270 for labor
- Between $200 and $270 for the towel warmer
And for the installation of a dual fuel towel warmer, you’ll likely have to part with something in the region of –
- Between $400 and $700 for labor
- Between $200 and $300 for the appliance
NOTE: A simple way to cut towel warmer installation costs is to buy the towel rack yourself and only pay for the required labor to complete the installation.